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Old 04-07-2011, 05:14 PM
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I know its been covered but I cant figure it out!!!

Well I have a 2006 6.0 with a powermax and sct tunes xtreme street by innovative and a 4 inch exhaust. I cant figure out my stinking Fuel millage situation!! I got 11.1 mpg drove 246 miles 156 being highway the rest short drives 2 miles each way which I know isnt gna help

does that seem low I drove probably 242 miles without going over 2000 rpm and prob 4 giving her hell I took my buddy for a ride who just put a supercharger on an 04 f150 but I just dont think 11.1 mpgs is right?

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Old 04-07-2011, 05:26 PM
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I'm getting 13.3 back and forth to work 12 miles each way. Got matts tunes 4 in mbrp TB stock filter and 40 inch tires. No egr either.
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Are you hand calculating and do you have larger than stock tires?

Hand calculated with my corrected speed sensor on 38" tires and mods out the nose I get nearly 16mpg all driving conditions with Erics safe street.

I'm awaiting to see what I'll be getting with a looney wild for my powermax.
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Stock tire size 17 inch wheels hand calculating
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You are pretty much in the same ball park as me. I get an average of just over 12 mpg. Hope it picks up some with the summer fuel. I don't drive my truck easy though and my tranny shift points are set so that I basically run at around 2k rpm all the time.
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